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041 _aeng
100 _aAdamou, Evangelia
_4Aut.
245 _aBilingual speech and language ecology in Greek Thrace : Romani and Pomak in contact with Turkish
520 _aThis article examines the influence of language ecology on bilingual speech. It is based on first-hand data from two previously undocumented varieties of Romani and Pomak in contact with Turkish in Greek Thrace; in both cases Turkish is an important language for the community's identity. This analysis shows how the Romani-Turkish "fused lect" was produced by intensive and extensive bilingualism through colloquial contact with the trade language, Turkish. In addition, it shows how semi-sedentary Pomak speakers had limited, institutional contact with Turkish, resulting in more traditional codes witching and emblematic lexical borrowings.
690 _958281
_aEtudes discursives
691 _95620
_aThrace -- GRC
695 _960338
_aEcologie
695 _959231
_aBilinguisme
695 _959830
_aContact de langues
695 _960199
_aDiscours (linguistique)
696 _98803
_aRomani, Balkan
696 _96364
_aBulgare
696 _98646
_aPomak
696 _99361
_aTurkish
760 _aLanguage in society
_d2010
_gn°39, p. 147-171
856 _uhttps://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-00410676/document
_zAccès libre
942 _cAPR
040 _cAGH
999 _c74008
_d74008